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Small Business Administration to give out $3.3B in Hurricane Harvey disaster loans It’s ready to cover uninsured homeowners and businesses

The Small Business Administration announced it prepared to financially help some of the homeowners impacted from Hurricane Harvey. The administration said it is ready to give out thousands of disaster recovery loans worth billions of dollars to rebuild Houston and other Harvey-hit areas, an article in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram by Andrea Ahles stated. From the article: Linda McMahon, the SBA administrator, said the agency has $3.3 billion in disaster loan funds to cover uninsured homeowners and businesses. The SBA is adding more loan processors . . .